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Original article | International Journal of Educational Researchers 2017, Vol. 8(2) 1-8

Exploring Student’s Perceptions of Computer based Testing for University Entrance Examination By Using Technology Acceptance Model: Case Study State University of Malang, Indonesia

Saida Ulfa

pp. 1 - 8   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1711-22-0001

Published online: December 12, 2017  |   Number of Views: 197  |  Number of Download: 555


Abstract

The computer based Testing (CBT) implementation in higher education has been increasing recently. State University of malang, Indonesia initiated to conduct CBT in 2015 for University Entrance Examination. Technology acceptance model (TAM) was used to explore the students’ perception in using CBT. The objective of this research was to examine the relationship between Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Usefulness, and Attitude towards Behavioral Intention in using Computer based Testing for University Entrance Examination in State University of Malang, Indonesia. The research findings had proven the previous studies’ theory that perceived ease of use has a positively influences on perceived usefulness, while both perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness have the direct effects on attitude toward usage. Furthermore, attitude affects to behavioral intention.

Keywords: computer based testing, technology acceptance model


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Ulfa, S. (2017). Exploring Student’s Perceptions of Computer based Testing for University Entrance Examination By Using Technology Acceptance Model: Case Study State University of Malang, Indonesia. International Journal of Educational Researchers , 8(2), 1-8.

Harvard
Ulfa, S. (2017). Exploring Student’s Perceptions of Computer based Testing for University Entrance Examination By Using Technology Acceptance Model: Case Study State University of Malang, Indonesia. International Journal of Educational Researchers , 8(2), pp. 1-8.

Chicago 16th edition
Ulfa, Saida (2017). "Exploring Student’s Perceptions of Computer based Testing for University Entrance Examination By Using Technology Acceptance Model: Case Study State University of Malang, Indonesia". International Journal of Educational Researchers 8 (2):1-8.

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